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Health and Physical Education (HLPE)

All physical education courses are designed for both men and women.

103: Bowling. (1-3-0)
Instruction in the fundamentals, techniques, rules and etiquette of bowling with provision of practical application. Lane fee required.

106:Fitness for Life. (1-3-0)
The primary objective of the course is to improve cardiovascular endurance, muscular strength, flexibility, and body composition through a variety of exercise training programs.

107: Aerobics. (1-3-0)
The course consists of exercises and aerobic routines designed to develop a higher level of physical fitness and to improve cardiovascular endurance and muscle tone.

108: Yoga. (1-3-0)
Introduction to beginning classic yoga postures, breathing exercises and relaxation. Develops muscle tone, strength and endurance as well as balance, agility and flexibility. Increases concentration and ability to relax and focus.

109: VolleyBall I. (1-3-0)
This course is designed to provide students with entry-level knowledge of volleyball.

110: Basketball I. (1-3-0)
This course is designed to provide students with entry-level knowledge of basketball.

113: Fundamental Weight Training (Men). (1-3-0)
Fundamental weight training and strength development techniques.

114: Fundamental Weight Training (Women). (1-3-0)
Fundamental weight training and strength development techniques.

115: Intermediate Weight Training (Men). (1-3-0)
Prerequisite: HLPE 113.
Intermediate weight training and strength development techniques.

116: Intermediate Weight Training (Women). (1-3-0)
Prerequisite: HLPE 114.
Intermediate weight training and strength development techniques.

145: Fundamentals of Coaching. (3-3-0)
This course is a fundamental approach to coaching, such as, but not limited to, organizational skill and techniques into the individual’s personal style of coaching. Additionally, the business aspects of coaching, such as accepting donations and fund raising,, will be incorporated in this course.

205: Personal Health for College Students. (3-3-0)
Information regarding the working of the body in regard to personal health in everyday living.

221: First Aid. (3-3-0)
Lectures, discussion, and practical demonstrations of first aid.

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